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Dec 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
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Dec 3, 2013 2:00pm PST
himself from a man of a later age into an apparently very young man. miss lisa harrow, the gifted actress who plays julie, without the aid of makeup or costume, you'll see her in rehearsal scene after rehearsal scene, and her face will change. she will be passive. she will be dominating. she will be strong. she will be indecisive. and those are the gifts that the actor brings to the stage. and the rehearsal period, as i say, is the collaborative period when you get to know your fellow actors, when you reach a deep level of emotional intimacy with them, and you make adjustments with the aid of the director. and in the case of mr. strinberg, the already gone author, you make deep adjustments which eventually jell into the finished performance. it has been interesting to me through the years to note that i have seen great actors play the same part on different occasions with different casts. and almost invariably, their performances are very different, because they are so susceptible to the specific elements of each production. in this case, the setting is the kitchen of a nobleman's mansion
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